Thursday, February 20, 2014

"REMINGTON STEELE": Top Five Favorite Season One (1982-1983) Episodes

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Below is a list of my top five favorite episodes from Season One (1982-1983) of NBC's "REMINGTON STEELE". Created by Robert Butler and Michael Gleason, the series starred Stephanie Zimbalist, Pierce Brosnan, James Read and Janet DeMay: 


"REMINGTON STEELE": TOP FIVE FAVORITE SEASON ONE (1982-1983) EPISODES

1- 1.21 Sting of Steele

1. (1.21) "Sting of Steele" - Remington Steele's former mentor, Daniel Chalmers, travels to Los Angeles to seek Steele's help in dealing with a vindictive and crooked London casino owner, and winds up romancing Laura Holt's mother, Abigail. Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. and Beverly Garland guest starred.



2 - 1.05 Thou Shalt Not Steele

2. (1.05) "Thou Shalt Not Steele" - A woman from Steele's past asks him to help her steal a valuable painting that Laura has already agreed to protect, while the latter deals with her visiting mother. Cassandra Harris and Beverly Garland guest starred.



3- 1.16 Steele Crazy After All These Years

3. (1.16) "Steele Crazy After All These Years" - Fellow detective Murphy Michaels' college homecoming is marred by a murder that awakens memories of a bombing on campus ten years before. Annie Potts, Sharon Stone, Todd Susman, Tony Plana, Allyce Beasley and Xander Berkeley guest starred.



4- 1.13 A Good Night Steele

4. (1.13) "A Good Night's Steele" - Laura and Steele pose as a doctor and insomniac patient respectively, in order to find a murderer at a sleep disorder clinic. Paul Reiser guest starred.



5- 1.20 Steele Gold

5. (1.20) "Steele's Gold" - A prospector's journal stolen during a party leads Laura, Steele and Murphy on a wild gold hunt through the desert with murder suspects. William Russ guest starred.



HM - 1.22 Steele in Circulation

Honorable Mentioned: (1.22) "Steele in Circulation" - After preventing a banker from committing suicide, Steele recruits Laura and Murphy's help in finding out who had tricked the man into stealing over two million dollars.

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